Maps of Swedish Lapland

Swedish Lapland is a destination larger than, say, Austria. A map might come handy.

  • Torne and Kalix river valleys

    Welcome to the road north along the national rivers in eastern Swedish Lapland: Kalix River and Torne River. Here, the biggest attractions are created by nature itself. In summer, when the midnight su...

  • Towns in Swedish Lapland

    Swedish Lapland is Sweden’s northernmost destination, spanning from Skellefteå in the south to Kiruna in the north. The free-flowing rivers have been a connector for all the towns and villages within ...

  • Fly here

    The main airports in Swedish Lapland are Luleå and Kiruna Airport, both SAS and Norwegian fly there with great connections to international flights. There are also smaller airports that connect destin...

  • Go by train

    In Swedish Lapland nature is always the focal point. The vast, untamed nature that is. Like the deep forests, the highest peaks and the most furiously flowing rivers. We have it all. And it’s no secre...

  • Piteå River Valley

    The Pite River Valley is located in the southern region of Swedish Lapland and this touring route describes the area from the municipalities of Piteå and Älvsbyn, across the arctic circle and on to Jo...

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  • Abisko and Aurora Sky Station – world’s best place to experience the Northern Lights

    Abisko National Park in Swedish Lapland offers perhaps some of the best conditions in the world for Northern Lights. The surrounding mountains keep the skies almost clear and the light pollution is next to nothing. No wonder Lonely Planet dubbed Abisko the world’s most illuminating experience of 2015.

    Göran Wallin
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    The taste of Swedish Lapland

    In Swedish Lapland we keep honestly prepared food from local produce close to heart. That comes quite naturally since nature’s pureness and lots of great ingredients surround us. Welcome here and taste all the goodness of nature that has over centuries adapted to life in our subarctic environment.

    Therese Sidevärn
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    The eight seasons

    In Swedish Lapland, nature plays an intrinsic role in our life and work, and the people here are highly sensitive to the small details of the changing seasons. Therefore, it seems only natural that the Sami people describe eight seasons instead of four.

    Ella Jonsson